Nepal: Foreign policy dilemma

Muhammad Hanif NEPAL is a Hindu state, which is lying along the southern slopes of the Himalayan mountain ranges. It is a landlocked country, which is strategically located between two much larger countries, India to the east, south, and west and the Tibet Autonomous Region of China to the north. While Nepal’s border with China comprises of difficult mountainous terrain, its border region with India is easy ...

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Sufi Saints and Poets Promoted Harmony

Mohammad Jamil A large number of audiences were enthralled by spell-bound performance of renowned Sufi artistes in a three-day 16th Sufi music festival, at Alhamra Cultural Complex, Qadhafi Stadium, Lahore. Eminent singers and musicians amused the jammed-packed hall with instrumental and classical performances besides the Sufi poetry in their melodious voices. The event was organized by Rafi Peer Theatre Wo ...

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India’s hegemonic designs irk Maldives

Mohammad Jamil LAST month, Maldives opposition led by former president Mohammed Nasheed’s Maldivian Democratic Party expressed concern that Abdulla Yameen government’s move to call for all-party talks was an attempt to ease international condemnation over its recent actions and a time-buying tactic. The alliance of Opposition parties in the Maldives had appealed to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to m ...

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Modi’s Cruel Politics

Ali Sukhanver Will Mr. Modi succeed in winning the hearts of the Muslims in India? Will it be possible for the Muslims to forget the days when the streets of Gujarat were flooding with their blood during the reign of Mr. Modi? Will they forget the horrible nights when the Hindu extremists were pulling them out of their houses and slaughtering them like animals? No certainly not, they would forget nothing bu ...

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A Threat To Tourists In India

Ali Sukhanver A foreign tourist is someone traveling abroad for at least twenty-four hours’, defined the League of Nations in 1936. The United Nations did a little amendment in the definition in 1945 by extending the maximum stay to six months. However, be it a stay for twenty four hours or for six months, every tourist brings a lot of economic prosperity to the place or region he visits. Tourism is always ...

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ISI – Really The Best Intelligence Organization

Ali Sukhanver Must the ISI (Inter Services Intelligence) sit down peacefully and observe silently the notorious activities of the forces hostile to Pakistan. What do the CIA, the MI6 and other intelligence agencies of different countries do when their country is in some trouble or facing some internal or external threat? Certainly silence becomes a crime when action is required; so this is what the ISI is d ...

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The Sikh Community In Pakistan

Ali Sukhanver Joys and sorrows; success and failure; blames and appreciations; life is certainly a strange collection of contradictions. On one hand the world around has joined hands together to blame and defame Pakistan for religious extremism, inter-sect intolerance and for patronizing terrorist and terrorism but at the same time on the other hand there are people, certainly not Muslims, who seem thankful ...

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Kashmir is not a Graveyard

Ali Sukhanver Shakurbasti is an area in the northwest of Delhi; a few days back this area became the focus of all attention because of a really unbelievable, really a shocking incident. A 27-year old man raped his eight-month-old cousin; a baby-girl. The incident is no doubt another blob of shame for the Shinning India where rape is never dealt as a crime. According to the details published in different new ...

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